Works in Wood 24th Annual Juried Exhibition

December 9, 2023 - January 14, 2024

Contemporary work honoring the woodworking tradition of Bucks County. Works in Wood was created by our founder Robin Larsen in 1999 and features unique sculpture, turned objects and fine furniture.

Works in Wood honors the rich cultural heritage of Bucks County woodworking while celebrating the new visions of the contemporary artists who reside in our region and beyond. As a national juried show, Works in Wood features artwork from the finest talent in the country today. Works are not limited by function but must be original in design and artists must incorporate at least 50% of wood in each piece. The annual exhibition features functional and non-functional works, studio furniture, turnings, constructions, free standing and wall mounted sculpture and vessels in which artists use wood as their primary media.

Opening to the public:  Saturday, December 9, 5 - 7 pm (members’ preview 4 - 5 pm)

Gallery Hours: Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 12 noon to 5 pm

View the Online Exhibition here.

Exhibiting Artists

  • Tricia Adler
  • Cathy Begg
  • Karl Brachwitz
  • Bruce Bradford
  • Ed Buffman
  • Adam Capone
  • Roy Chaleff*
  • Fred Chase
  • Gene Chernyak
  • David Crothers
  • Alex Damevski
  • Andy DiPietro
  • Paul Draine
  • Justin Drass
  • Sandra Eliot
  • Chuck Fischer
  • Glen Guarino*
  • Bob Hakun
  • Robert Haskell
  • Philip Hauser
  • Randal Henderson
  • Bernard Hohlfeld*
  • Gyuri Hollósy
  • David Ray Hostetter
  • Peter Jacobson
  • Ronald Kalmeijer
  • Michael Kehs
  • Norine Kevolic*
  • William Knight
  • Joan Lech
  • Salvatore LoSapio
  • Nick Martier
  • David Martynuik
  • Greg Mazur*
  • Robert McAllister
  • Dennis Meyer
  • Matthew Merwin
  • Graham Michael
  • Edward Murphy*
  • Geoffrey Noden
  • Michael Palladino
  • Michael Pascucci
  • Joseph Pepe
  • Sean Redmond
  • Robert Reid
  • Bob Rose*
  • Thomas Scurto-Davis
  • Janel Shelly
  • John Siemienski
  • Carter Sio
  • Janice Smith
  • William Sticker
  • Ric Taylor
  • Ken Vieth
  • Michael Wiley
  • Edward Wright
  • Sonia Yaco
  • Daniel Zobel


Juror and Curator: Miriam Carpenter

Miriam is the consumate artist and creator as well as master of her medium. Artist in residence at Raymond Farm.

*Award Winners:

Fine Furniture: Glen Guarino, Asian Interpretation Table Revisited

Turned Vessel: Bernard Hohlfeld, Very Serious Black

Small Object: Bob Rose, Rectangular Bowl

Free Standing Sculpture: Edward Murphy, Timbers Interrupted

Wall Art: Norine Kevolic, Seeds of Change

First Time Exhibitor: Roy Chaleff, Music Stand

Juror's Choice Award: Greg Mazur, 279: a Study of an Unfamiliar Common Object


Thank you to our 2023 Sponsors: 

...and Wendy Gladston, Ricki Fisher, Rachel Finkle & Sven Helmer, Frank Policare, Larry Keller


Previous Works in Wood Exhibitions at New Hope Arts: